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March 2008 Newsletter

Hello Beloved!

Praise God as we spring forward into a new month and new season toward Resurrection Day and Passover (Feast of Unleavened Bread)!  We would like to offer a special welcome to our new subscribers this month!

Children’s Gift Idea

If you’re seeking a gift for your children in celebration of the spring Holy Days, please consider our plush  “My Loving Jesus” doll.  Click here for details.  


March 12“Coping With A Difficult Boss,” the third telesminar in the “Practical Wisdom for the Workplace” series will be available for free download.  (I’ve been receiving lots of prayer requests on this topic!)  Click here to visit the Teleseminars page.

March 17 – I’ll speak at the Christian Author’s Guild in Woodstock, Ga.  I’d love to meet you in person.  Click here for details.

March 31 – If you live in the Atlanta area, don’t miss the Women’s Celebration Dinner, hosted by my friend, Stacy Robinson.  I’ll be there, and I’d love to meet you in person.  Early-bird deadline is March 17.  A terrific deal!  Click here for details. 

New Expressions of God’s Love

2008 Women’s Expo – We are currently negotiating an Atlanta church venue for our first Women’s Expo November 8, 2008, and we hope to have one confirmed by the end of this month.  Registration will be forthcoming.  Click here for updates.

The Orphan Project – Alongside the Women’s Expo will be our first orphan outreach, whereby we will send donated clothing to orphans in Kenya, Africa.  Expect to hear more in the months to come.    

Special Message: Time With God

I believe the Lord has fresh manna and new wine for us in this season.  Three times recently, the Lord has revealed to me Isaiah 55, with verse 3 being of particular importance, “Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good, and your soul will delight in the richest of fare” (NIV).  The Lord wants to bless us.  Will we lend our ears?  I believe those who hearken to the Holy Spirit’s prompting will excel in this season and beyond.


Check out this great blog by Susan Schulz . . . 
Notice the keynote scripture!  And notice her entry dated 2/4/08, “Five Simple Steps to Improve Your Time Alone with God.”

For helpful Christian workplace articles, check out the Assemblies of God “Women@Work” e-newsletter . . . 

If you really want to exercise your mind, check out Chaplain Richard Amy’s blog.  You won’t want to miss his entry dated 1/26/08 on “Women Preachers” . . .   

Christian Workplace Links

John Maxwell’s InJoy Life@Work . . . 

Dan Soderquist’s Center for Business & Ethics . . .’s Career Channel . . .  

Life/Work Books

The Lost Sheep: How I Got and Am Still Getting Over the Hump by Sabra A. Robinson 

An anthology of restoration, Sabra’s compilation of transparent testimonies will touch your heart and encourage you to keep moving toward excellence and freedom.  Here’s an excerpt from page 32 . . .  

. . . I was excited to get back into the work force with familiar faces (and good pay) . . . The recruiter was pleasant, helpful, and he was a Christian.  After I was on the job (in a different unit) for several weeks, I was not doing the things that I was used to, so my attitude changed.  I remembered thinking, I should not have taken this job.

To visit Sabra’s website, click here.

26 Steps to Heaven: A Simple Path To A Better Life by J. John 

My favorite British Evangelist does it again in this devotional with quotes and encouragements on just about every biblical precept involving working and living life successfully.  Here’s an excerpt from page 5 on the topic of Achievement . . .  

After all is said and done, there’s a lot more said than done.  Do not mistake activity for achievement.  Most of us can do more than we think we can, but we usually do less than we think we do.  There are four steps to achievement: Prepare prayerfully, Play purposefully, Proceed positively, Pursue persistently.  Failure is the path of least persistence.

To visit J. John’s website, click here. 

I’ll leave you with this lovely poem by God’s Love at Work subscriber, Judith Martin . . .   

Look Up To The Dove” 

God picks us up whenever we fall
Because God is there, seeing us all 

And my only wish here, my precious dear
Is that you would hold him quite near 

No need to struggle alone with your fears
Just turn to God with your aches and tears 

And whenever fear has chilled your bones
Know that you are never, never alone 

To find his warmth and unlimited love
Just look up and see the Dove 

Seek His face and find His peace
And you will find His great relief 

So let us be happy and content
With each day as we repent 

For He is coming to take us all Home
And never again will we feel all alone 

Judith K Martin
© 2000   

Blessings on you and your work this month!

Margaret D. Mitchell

And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love.
Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in him.

1 John 4:16
Margaret D. Mitchell

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